Is it time to leave your Lover?

Is it time to leave your Lover?


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The book is designed to show how a woman’s behavior, especially her decisions regarding the men in her life, affects her life and all of her relationships. It focuses on how women respond to Should I stay or should I go?

Maybe things just aren’t the same. Maybe there’s been a major violation of trust. Maybe you have seen a greener pasture that you’re thinking about exploring. There are many reasons why you may find yourself at a crossroads in your relationship, wondering if it is time to break up or if things can be repaired.

This decision shouldn’t be made lightly. These 37 questions are designed to help you fully analyze and reflect on your relationship so that you can take the best path forward. They will also help you realize what lessons you have learned in your relationship and how you approach love. If you do make the choice to leave, they will help you do so gracefully and with a plan in place.

Whether you decide to stay or go, there are no judgements here—just guidance to help you recognize how to live your best life and find “your happy.” You are the only one who can determine what the best choice is for you, but this book will help get you there.


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The Author

Professionally, I am an author. Like many authors, my work is inspired by my passion (helping women) and supported by the expertise I possess (for example, I earned my Doctorate in Pastoral Care and Counseling). However, unlike many other authors, my career path has been… let’s just say interesting. First, I was an Accountant for an oil company. Then, I became a Real Estate Broker and Mortgage Broker and have held that position for 25+ years. I earned a Masters of Divinity Degree and Later a Doctorate of Ministry from Columbia Seminary. Finally, during my seminary matriculation, I started a non-profit organization to help women and girls. The organization is called Youthful Survivors of America and I am very proud to say that my work (developing curricula and programs, writing grants in excess of $1,000,000, managing the non-profit and all that entails, etc.) has touched the lives of over 70,000 students in schools across five states. During my career, I have been honored to receive several community service awards, appear on various television and radio programs, and be called upon as a resource for the Juvenile Justice system, Family and Children’s Services, and a number of school districts in the South Eastern US.


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